Kansas Facts and Symbols
by Kathleen W. Deady


Other books in The States and Their Symbols series:

Kentucky Facts and Symbols



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Published by Capstone Press

(Bridgestone Books,

The States and Their Symbols Series)


Fall 2000

ISBN: 0-7368-0638-5


24 pages

Reading level grade 2-3

Interest level grades 2-5



Did you know?


The name Kansas comes from the
native American word KaNze, 
meaning "people of the south wind."


 The western meadowlark, the
Kansas state bird, sounds like
a flute when it sings.


Read these fun facts and lots
  more about Kansas and its symbols, 
  including the state flag, tree, animal,
amphibian, reptile, insect, and
the state song.


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